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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jason Motte

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Jason Motte's name.

FAAB Factor-NL: Change of Scenery

Ike Davis gets a fresh start in Pittsburgh - how much does Jan Levine think you should bid on him?

FAAB Factor-AL: Injuries Creating Opportunities

Koji Uehara has been unavailable to pitch the last two games - Andrew Martinez suggests possible replacement options for him and Adrian Beltre, among others.

Sunday Lineup Card: Hanging With Mr. Harang

Monday Lineup Card: Owning Owings

Friday Lineup Card: All Eyes On Kemp

Matt Kemp is set to make his much-anticipated 2014 debut Friday against the Giants after a lengthy recovery from offseason ankle surgery.

Monday Lineup Card: Sizemore Really Does Matter

Mound Musings: NL Central Spotlight

There's value to be had with Shelby Miller, whose draft-day value has been driven down by bad memories of last year.

2014 Cardinals Preview: The Fountain of Youth

The Cardinals churn out talent better than any organization in baseball. What will Michael Wacha do for an encore after an outstanding debut last season?

NFBC Trends: Hating the Closers

Greg Ambrosius hates closers and the lack of stability at the position, and thus really is disappointed that Mariano Rivera has retired.

The Wheelhouse: 30/30 - Pitching

Can Max Scherzer maintain the gains that made him an elite starter in 2013? DVR looks around the league in the first edition of the Wheelhouse of 2014.

Baseball Draft Kit: Endgame Odyssey

Unstable closer situations can create excellent buying opportunities. Brad

The RotoWire 200: Our First Bite of the Apple

According to our projections, Clayton Kershaw will be the third most valuable fantasy player in 2014. Are you willing to pull the trigger on him early on if you have that choice?

Collette Calls: Closing Time

Jason Collette looks around the league at each team's closing situation, including the added depth behind Koji Uehara in Boston.

Friday Lineup Card: Moises, Salud!

A look at the upcoming matchups for Friday's slate of MLB action.

Charging the Mound: Where We Went Wrong

Bryce Harper fell far short of Chris Liss's expectations this year, hurting him significantly in multiple leagues. Was this a design flaw, or just grabbing the wrong player? (WITH VIDEO)

Diamond Cuts: El Hombre Down

The Angels are shutting down Albert Pujols due to his ongoing foot issues. Jeff Stotts details what Pujols will go through in his rehab.

MLB Barometer: Falling Off

Dan Haren's struggles have continued to the point where the Nats had to put him on the DL. Howard Bender discusses Haren among his fallers this week.

The Long Game: Coming Into Focus

Erik Siegrist looks into four outliers from this season and whether they are good keeper targets, or someone you should deal right away in keeper leagues, including the Diamondbacks' Patrick Corbin.

Collette Calls: The Last 365

For those hesitant to buy into Mike Minor's first two months in 2013, the bigger picture suggests that you should. Jason Collette takes a look at the 5x5 leaderboard from the past 12 months.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Zack Attack Is Back

Mound Musings: The Days of Whine and Closers

Addison Reed has been one of the reliable closers in a season that has seen seemingly more volatility than most years.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Tazawa Next Man Up In Boston

Circling the Bases: Messy Bullpens

Mariano Rivera remains a timeless wonder, but there are many other shaky bullpens out there. Ray Flowers breaks it down and advocates for a new fantasy stat.

Diamond Cuts: Hamstrung

Hanley Ramirez's sore hamstring is vexing his owners right now.

Rounding Third: Week 6 Primer

No, Lance Berkman would not care to revisit his opinion on Wrigley Field, nor does he wish to discuss his role as a pinch-hitter for the next three days. See who else has interleague games this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: May The Fourth Be With Walker

Thursday Lineup Card: Holding Betancourt

Rounding Third: Shut Out - Week 5 Primer

After missing out on the latest top bidding object (Jose Valverde) in his various leagues, Jeff Erickson is reconsidering his FAAB strategy, at least in NFBC formats.

Monday Lineup Card: Arenado Arrives

Sunday Lineup Card: The Consistent Correia